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Disporum longistylum

Disporum longistylum (Disporum longistylum)

in leaf all winter.

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And a seed, lucky you.

29 Jan, 2017


there are 5 berries in total. I'm going to plant them and see if they grow :o)

29 Jan, 2017


Will you dry the berries, and remove the seeds inside to plant? Interesting trial.

30 Jan, 2017


I was just going to pop them in compost, though I may open them up first. or perhaps I'll do half and half and see what grows best. Yes an interesting trial.

30 Jan, 2017


Half and half trial sounds a good idea. I was just wondering if the flesh around the seeds would act as a seed germination inhibitor?

4 Feb, 2017


Well I don't know really. as it rots down I will loose any inhibitory effect it might have. But 2 have gone in whole and the other 3 have been peeled. :o) Interesting to see how they go on.

4 Feb, 2017


I will be interested to know the results.

6 Feb, 2017

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